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  • Location: Aviemore
  • Location: Aviemore

    Weather Watch

    Category: Level 3 Warning

    Weather type: Thunderstorms and torrential rain

    Affecting: England and Wales

    Time and Date Valid For: 12.00 Wednesday 31st August to 06.00 Thursday 1st September 2005

    Time Of Issue: 15.00 Monday 29th August 2005.

    Current indications are that storms will develop widely across England and Wales during Wednesday and overnight into Thursday. Torrential rain, leading to localised flooding could be associated with these storms, as could regular lightning and high winds.

    Further non storm related heavy rainfall is also likely in places, which again could lead to localised flooding.

    At the current time there is still uncertainty on this, so expect updates when necessary.

    Confidence Level: 70%

    Note: This alert should be considered a guide and we strongly recommend you stay tuned to the Met-Office for further warnings and updates.

    Please note, that this alert is covered by the net-weather terms and conditions of use, which are viewable here

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  • Location: Coventry,Warwickshire
  • Location: Coventry,Warwickshire

    Weather Alert

    Category: Level 2 Warning

    Weather type: ThunderStorms and heavy Rain

    Affecting: Wales, South West England, Lancashire, Cumbria, North West Scotland and Northern Ireland

    Time and Date Valid For: 11:30am Weds 31st August - 16:00 Weds 31st August 2005

    Time Of Issue: 11:30am Weds 31st August 2005.

    A series of heavy showers and thunderstorms are currently moving through areas of Cornwall and into Wales bringing some heavy rain and lightning.There is a risk of localised flooding , large hail and lightning strikes. These storms are expected to move further north and east and possibly intensify during the day so further warnings will probably follow.

    Confidence Level: 90%

    Note: This alert should be considered a guide and we strongly recommend you stay tuned to the Met-Office for further warnings and updates.

    Please note, that this alert is covered by the net-weather terms and conditions of use, which are viewable here

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  • Location: Aviemore
  • Location: Aviemore

    Weather Alert

    Category: Level 2 Warning

    Weather type: ThunderStorms and Heavy Rain

    Affecting: Northern Ireland, Northern England, Scotland

    Time and Date Valid For: 16:00 Weds 31st August - 23:59 Weds 31st August 2005

    Time Of Issue: 16:00 Weds 31st August 2005.

    Heavy rain and thunderstorms are now readily developing and moving through parts of Northern Ireland,northern England and Scotland. These will continue throughout the evening bringing the risk of localised flooding, frequent lightning, gusting winds and medium sized hail.

    Confidence Level: 90%

    Note: This alert should be considered a guide and we strongly recommend you stay tuned to the Met-Office for further warnings and updates.

    Please note, that this alert is covered by the net-weather terms and conditions of use, which are viewable here

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  • Location: Aviemore
  • Location: Aviemore

    Weather Alert

    Category: Level 2 Warning

    Weather type: ThunderStorms and heavy Rain

    Affecting: Central, Eastern and Southern England

    Time and Date Valid For: 16.00 Weds 31st August - 06:00 Thursday 1st September 2005

    Time Of Issue: 1600 Weds 31st August 2005.

    Heavy showers and storms which are now readily developing, will slowly make their way into the above regions during the remainder of today and overnight.

    The showers and storms have the potential to bring localised flooding, frequent lightning, hail and gusting winds. They will slowly move east before dying out tomorrow morning.

    Confidence Level: 90%

    Note: This alert should be considered a guide and we strongly recommend you stay tuned to the Met-Office for further warnings and updates.

    Please note, that this alert is covered by the net-weather terms and conditions of use, which are viewable here

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